Welwyn Hatfield Times Promotion: Free children’s gift at John Lewis plus free coffee at The Muffin Break

PUBLISHED: 11:44 03 September 2014 | UPDATED: 13:46 03 September 2014

Muffin Break

Muffin Break

Muffin Break

See what offers and promotions are in the Welwyn Hatfield Times

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of John Lewis, the WHT has teamed up with John Lewis Welwyn to give 300 readers a free Barney the Barnado’s bear keyring. Just take the voucher printed in today’s paper (Wednesdsay) to the Childrenswear department at John Lewis, Welwyn (first floor) on Sunday, September 7 and collect your free keyring from Barney the Barnado’s bear. For full details see page 20.

TK Maxx is offering four WHT readers the chance to win £50 to spend at the newly-refurbished Hatfield Galleria store.

The revamped, better and brighter store is having its opening day this Saturday where £10 gift cards will be given to the first 200 customers through the doors. Get there early to avoid disappointment.

To stand a chance of winning one of the £50 TK Maxx vouchers, simply correctly answer the question printed in the paper. For details on how to enter and terms and conditions see page 27.

Muffin Break is celebrating a decade of serving freshly baked muffins and premium coffees in Welwyn Garden City with a beautiful renovation.

To mark the newly-refurbished Muffin Break’s 10 year anniversary you can pick up a free coffee, valid until 3rd October 2014. Simply cut out the voucher printed on page 37 of this week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times.

Look out for the Welwyn Hatfield Times promotions team in Asda in Hatfield between 10am and 2pm tomorrow (Thursday, September 4) where you can get a free goodie bag when you purchase a copy of the paper.

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